• The Cannibal Club

    Giuseppe takes a trip to South America to check in on the aristocratic cannibal life.

  • Lifechanger

    In an ambitious effort to capture the human condition, Lifechanger delivers a familiar story about an outsider trying to get inside, and there is something relatable in the downfall of this complex character.

  • Afraid

    From the creator of the MTV series Punk’d comes Jason Goldberg’s directorial debut.

  • The God Inside My Ear

    The God Inside My Ear is a detour into a psychedelic ride through the Twilight Zone—and we are sitting sidecar for the trip.

  • The Executioners

    If getting revenge is sweet to you, then check out The Executioners.

  • Cold Hell

    Recently released on Shudder, Cold Hell is a densely packed fast-paced horror-thiller done right. Add this to the top of your queue ASAP.

  • Amityville: The Awakening

    Will a return to Amityville make Giuseppe want to run back to Brooklyn?

  • The Shadow Man

    Is The Shadow Man another run-of-the-mill Creepypasta adaption, or does it hit a stride among the pack?

  • Son of Sam: The Hunt for a Killer

    Investigative Discovery’s latest is an insight into one of the worst summers in US history, and the documentary lets viewers relive the insanity felt throughout New York City in 1977.

  • Stake Land II

    Another trip to the stake lands doesn’t live up to the original’s caliber, but the end result is an vamp-hunting, emotional adventure flick worth checking out – especially if you’re a Stake Land fan.

  • Phantasm V: Ravager

    Eighteen years have passed and finally the fifth and final installment of the Phantasm franchise has been released to polarizing reviews... but where does this Phantasm die hard stand?

  • The Thinning

    Ever since the boom of the dystopian sub-genre there has been an influx of Hunger Games imitators (a rip-off in its own right), and The Thinning follows tread in the shadow.

  • Wolf Creek: TV Series

    After a brief vacation from Horror DNA, Giuseppe survived Wolf Creek and Mick’s murderous rampage, emerging from the Outback with a new series for the hounds to check out.

  • Sun Choke

    A delve back into daylight sends Janie off her hinges as this art house chiller shifts into high gear midway thru, but leaves question marks after the curtain fades.

  • The Levenger Tapes

    Do you want to add another found-footage flick to add to the stockpile?

  • Girl in Woods

    It’s simple: Girl in Woods

  • The Other Side of the Door

    It's simple; The Other Side of the Door is a noble but unsuccessful attempt at the haunting genre.

  • Green Room

    Jeremy Saulnier’s latest effort is a swiftly paced punk rock themed venture into trepidation and sheer brutality. One of 2016’s best. Watch it.

  • The Haunting of Alice D

    A noble attempt at the “haunting” subgenre trips out of the gate, although in the end catches up to speed before the credits roll. But is it too late?

  • The Corpse of Anna Fritz

    Would you have sex with a corpse? What about a celebrity's corpse? Some characters in The Corpse of Anna Fritz would. The question is why?

  • Emelie

    Emelie does an excellent job forcing parents to cringe and second guess leaving their children with a babysitter.

  • Slasher - Season 1, Episode 2: “Digging Your Grave with Your Teeth”

    Slasher is far from a cinematic masterpiece, but the hook is still in this fat fish’s mouth and the bait still tastes delicious.

  • Slasher - Season 1, Episode 1: "Pilot"

    The pilot episode of Chiller's first scripted series slices and dices up some genre favorites, and left Giuseppe still hungry for seconds.

  • Frankenstein

    Director Bernard Rose (Candyman) has created an outstanding rendition of horror’s most iconic literary character.

  • Cabin Fever

    This reboot does nothing special or new to justify remaking the fever, other than having an excuse to shed blood in a forest.

  • Cherry Tree

    After an interesting start to a witchy tale, Cherry Tree ends up choking on a peach pit.

  • Aquarius: Season 1

    David Duchovny takes a trip to 1960s as an LAPD detective, and visits a fictionalized version of Charles Manson.

  • The Hallow

    Coln Hardy's directorial debut is a demonic fairytale set in the Irish countryside, and it is pretty damn good!

  • The Strain - Season 2 Episode 11: "Dead End"

    After last episodes free fall, out comes the parachute! "Dead End" loses velocity, runs into a brick wall (literally) and tries to piece itself back together.

  • The Strain - Season 2 Episode 10: "The Assassin"

    Keeping momentum going from last episode, tension is rising and "The Assassin" delivers.

  • The Green Inferno

    Eli Roth’s homage to the cannibalism horror subgenre is soaked in blood, but makes a bold statement about society, government and what it means to be human.

  • The Strain - Season 2 Episode 9: "The Battle for Redhook"

    As the finale slowly approaches, The Strain is back on track, though the show can ease up on the melodramatics.

  • The Strain - Season 2 Episode 8: "Intruders"

    "Intruders" is a low point in Season 2, but there is much worse to watch on television.

  • Dark Was the Night

    In the small town of Maiden Woods, a creature is on the loose and Kevin Durand has to stop it. 

  • The Strain - Season 2 Episode 7: "The Born"

    As Eph returns to New York City, "The Born" has arrived and the hunt for the Master is on.

  • The Strain - Season 2 Episode 6: "Identity"

    Halfway through season two, Giuseppe is really sinking his teeth into The Strain and enjoying the taste.

  • The Strain - Season 2 Episode 5: "Quick and Painless"

    This episode gets down to the nitty gritty of what makes The Strain bad-ass.

  • The Strain - Season 2 Episode 4: "The Silver Angel"

    Giuseppe feels the pace picking up on episode four of The Strain. Warning! This recap contains spoilers!

  • Interview: Thomas S. Hammock

    Giuseppe has a chat with The Last Survivorsdirector Thomas S. Hammock.

  • The Last Survivors

    Giuseppe calls The Last Survivors a breath of fresh air in an oversaturated dystopian genre.

  • Subspecies

    Giuseppe sinks his teeth into Subspecies, one of Full Moon's best midnight flicks.

  • The Strain - Season 2 Episode 3: "Fort Defiance"

    The week's episode slows down in pace, but "Fort Defiance" still holds up.

  • The Strain - Season 2 Episode 2: "By Any Means"

    Giuseppe recaps the second episode of season two, as The Strain gets things done "By Any Means".

  • Zom-B Bride

    Giuseppe takes on zombie brides, killer clowns and mutant babies, and has a blast.

  • The Strain - Season 2, Episode 1: "BK, NY"

    The second season of The Strain has kicked off, and Giuseppe brings you a recap of the first episode, "BK, NY".

  • Strange Blood

    A nice attempt at the scientific vampire genre, but the strange blood isn’t enough to help it.

  • The Redwood Massacre

    Campers. Partying. Anniversary of a murder. You know the story.

  • The Lazarus Effect

    The Lazarus Effect is a movie about resurrecting the dead. And it's not that bad. Really.

  • The Hellbound Heart

    Sure you're familiar with Pinhead and Hellraiser, but have you ever read Clive Barker's book that started it all? Giuseppe opens up The Hellbound Heart.

  • Phantasm

    Giuseppe pays a visit to town of Morningside, only to run into The Tall Man.